Due to her recent outstanding achievement on Fermat, the national grade 11 mathematics contest, Linhui Huang has been invited to attend the University of Waterloo's Invitational Mathematics Workshop at the end of May. It is a prestigious honour to be invited to meet and work with members of the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Rikki Z and Andrew L who were both recognized as Provincial Basketball Graduating All-stars. Both guys will compete in the all star game and will be recognized at the awards banquet. Great job Pipers!
Congratulations to Jared K who was the High School Hockey Price Division MVP and league scoring champion. Great job Jared. Jared received this great recognition last week at the WHSHL awards banquet.
Mr. Wiess, John Taylor Vice Principal was also honored with a WHSHL Builder Award. Mr. Wiess has been involved in WHSHL from its inception over 30 years ago. Congratulations Mr. Wiess
Good Luck to Our Badminton Team Members who have advanced to the zone championships next week. They include:
Boys Singles - Troy Kemball
Mixed Doubles- Brett Armstrong & Rachel Koniuk
- Linda Charaf & Sam Huynuh
Boys Doubles - Presley Mc Farlane & Rikki Zimbakov
Just a reminder: To be eligible for an academic, athletic, volunteer award or scholarship, grade 12s must submit their application to the office or Ms. Grant by April 28.
JTC is pleased to Present the Musical "Annie" from April 10-14, Staring Noelle Allen as Annie, Emma Warriner as Miss Hannigan, Colin Johnson as Oliver Warbucks and Amethyst Gamey-Wiebe as Grace. Fifty students, a dedicated crew and a fantastic pit band round out the entertainment. Monday's matinees are sold out but there are a few tickets left for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Night. Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for adults. Phone 888-8930 for tickets or more information.
JTC is participating in the 2016/2017 Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey. This is the only survey conducted nationally to monitor smoking, alcohol and drug use behaviours of Canadian youth and also asks questions about bullying, mental health and school connectedness. CSTADS is funded by Health Canada and in Manitoba will be implemented by CancerCare Manitoba.
On April 26, 2017, students in grades 9 to 12 will take part in the survey in school.
If you DO NOT wish your child to participate please call the project coordinator,
Cyndi Fraser, at 1-888-827-9702 by April 25, 2017.
(DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL)
For more information about the project please see the information letter attached or visit cstads.ca where you can also access a copy of the questionnaire.